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Default Sum function accuracy problem

Dear All,
         I am using the Crystal Reports 9.x and I tried by using "Formula Fields" option and Running totalfields option to sum the invoice amount by rounding to 2 digits. But sometimes it was calculating the total amount 1 cent less value.

Can somebody please help me to sort out this.





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it may cuz of rounding?!
dont round in fields & just do it in Sum function.

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